Having completed the transformation of the Newnham Building into fully-fitted laboratory and office accommodation earlier this month, the team at Chesterford has swiftly moved on to its next project, the refurbishment of the Emmanuel Building.
Recognising the acute need for fully-fitted laboratory space within the cluster, the refurbishment of the Emmanuel Building – which on completion will provide up to four self-contained fully fitted laboratory and write-up area suites ranging from 9,100 sq ft to 9,600 sq ft – was the next step in the Park’s programme of existing building re-development.
Once complete, the building will total 37,400 sq ft arranged over ground and first floors, with a second floor plant loft. Each individual suite will be served by an impressive central reception area.
With fully fitted lab space in high demand within the cluster, Chesterford says The Emmanuel Building will be ideal for organisations which, although not quite at the point of requiring their own building, have scaled up significantly enough to require that next stage of space beyond start-up.
The Emmanuel Building will be ready for occupation in the Summer of 2021.
Chesterford Research Park is set within 250 acres of open parkland complete with arboretum and lakes, is in itself a draw to those considering a move to Chesterford and offers the opportunity to join a community of life science focused scientists, entrepreneurs and investors all dedicated to excellence across their chosen fields.
The chance to collaborate, share experience, ideas and work alongside likeminded colleagues, all of whom are driven by the common goal of improving human health, are also important reasons why occupiers like Arecor, AstraZeneca, Cellcentric, Domainex, Lonza and Microbiotica, amongst many others, have taken facilities at Chesterford Research Park.
For more information regarding availability within the Emmanuel Building contact the joint agents:
William Clarke of Savills – Email: WClarke@savills.com – and Michael Jones at Cheffins - Email: email@example.com
Article sourced from: https://www.businessweekly.co.uk/news/chesterford-addresses-need-laboratory-space-cambridge-cluster
Published on: 17.12.20